Huba Huba Zoot Zoot lols YAY!
Lets go ride bikes
most annoying song evar. By the way, some of that wasn't a problem with the capabilities of the hummer, some of it was people who think an expensive SUV is all the skill needed to go play with the real 'froaders. I'm sure if you could somehow coax one of those other guys to hop in the H1, it could have made it up the climb.
The H2 at the beginning though, that's just stupid. Especially with stock parts, those things have no business even trying to navigate anything dicier than country gravel roads.
Honestly looks like the new Jeep commercials where they go through historical moments and the jeep just passes on through. Hummers blow. You can have something 100X better for 1/2 the price at least.
BTW, I don't know if the H1 would have made that hill. It's too heavy and too long. That's probably why the jeep got right up. H1's are sick though.
If you're gonna spend too much cash on something and go off-roading, at least make it a $30K Rubicon, not $60k on a stupid re-skinned suburban.
I've seen that vid a few times (usually posted on a Jeep bulletin board). The H1 *can* be pretty badass in the right scenario with the right driver, but they're not the best for tight twisty trails.
Wheeling certainly can't be bought (though a Jeep Rubicon is a step in the right direction) - it takes a skilled driver in a properly built rig .
//owns '78 Jeep CJ7
as a jeeper I love it - but the truth is, you can make movie like this about any truck
- biased too, my daily drive is 86CJ7
Last edited by scrapmetal; 09-21-07 at 07:17 AM.
Po všetkém hovno, enem po včelách med.
I thank you and thank you again, Mr. Shmashy, for the lovely song now engrained into the brain.
Excuse me while I HABA HABA ZOOT ZOOT my butt over to get the well deserved 1st coffee of the day.
(actually I rather like it)